Tables are included in the Textbook to provide typical data to use in Examples, Exercises, and Projects, not to be used in actual product design. Part of the Tables are shown here. The book has all the data.

Table 1.1. Standard normal cumulative distribution function CDF(z) and Reliability Re(-z)
Table 1.2. Strength data for Example 1.3
Table 1.3. Typical properties of unidirectional composites (Glass and Kevlar)
Table 1.4.Typical properties of unidirectional composites (Carbon)
Table 1.5. Laminate properties reinforced with stitched E-Glass
Table 2.1. Typical properties of inorganic fibers
Table 2.2. Typical properties of organic fibers
Table 2.3. Weibul shape parameter m of carbon fibers
Table 2.4. Weibul shape parameter m of various fibers and composites
Table 2.5. Fiber strength reduction
Table 2.6. Temperature effect on strength og glass fibers
Table 2.7. Classification of carbon fibers according to modulus
Table 2.8. Fiber architecture of stitched fabrics
Table 2.9. Typical properties of thermoset matrices
Table 2.10. Typical Properties of thermoplastic matrices
Table 3.1. Advantages and disadvantages of the hand layup process
Table 3.2. Applications of hand layup
Table 3.3. Advantages and disadvantages of pre-pregs
Table 4.1. Coefficients of thermal expansion in example 4.4
Table 4.2. Comparison of predicted and experimental values of
Table 9.1. Geometrical parameters for several plain weave fabrics
Table 9.2. Mechanical properties of fiber and matrix
Table 9.3. Hygro-thermo-mechanical properties of the tow for various fabrics
Table 9.4. Predicted tow strength for various fabrics
Table 9.5. Hygro-thermo-mechanical properties of a fabric reinforced laminate
Table 9.6. Comparison of predicted and experimental thermo-mechanical properties
Table 9.7. Comparison between predicted and experimental strength values
Table 9.8. Comparison of strength values between unidirectional properties (UD), cross-ply symmetric laminate approximation (CP) and the woven fabric model results
Table 9.9. Comparison of predicted and experimental values of E [GPa] for vinyl ester matrix reinforced with E-glass continuous strand mat (CSM)
Table 10.1. End-restraint coefficients for long column buckling
Table 10.2. Contour definition for Figure 10.4
Table 11.1. Empirical constants for determination of crippling strain
Table 12.1. Loading conditions
Table 13.1. Strength reduction factor
Table 13.2. FRP reduction factor CE due to environmental effects
C.1. Conversion factors

 

Additional property data not in the print copy of the book
Pultruded plate for strengthening 1001
HS plate for strengthening 1002
Bidirectional plate for strengthening 1003
Quadridirectional plate for strengthening 1004
Confined stress block parameters a function of concrete strength Tables
Confined stress block parameters, 3000 psi concrete strength Graph
Confined stress block parameters, 4000 psi concrete strength Graph
Confined stress block parameters, 5000 psi concrete strength Graph